Bradwell Institute heads today to Folkston to take on the Charlton County Indians at 7:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's football team has another first tonight: the program's first road trip.
After dismantling Lanier County last week, the Blue Tide were brought back down to reality Friday as they fell 39-0 to Benedictine Military School in Savannah.
The Long County High School softball team recently hit a bump in the road, resulting in a four-game losing streak.
Former St. James Coastal Crew Rebels' player Michael White recently was named as the new basketball coach at New Life Christian Academy in San Antonio, Texas.
Two small private schools, both looking for their first win of the season, went head to head Friday night as First Presbyterian Christian Academy hosted St. Andrews at Long Bell Stadium.
The Long County Blue Tide, Bradwell Institute Tigers and Liberty County Panthers all had to travel for Friday night lights this week. All three teams ended the night with a loss.
With the sun finally shining on the local softball fields, teams got chances to get back to their regular schedules.
Bradwell's volleyball team improved to 5-3 overall and 4-1 in Region 3-AAAAA this past week after defeating Groves in two sets (25-16, 25-16) and downing a tough Ware County team two sets to one.
When First Presbyterian Christian Academy started its cross-country program in 2010, the team consisted of four runners and competed only in two races.
Bradwell Institute heads tonight to Savannah to take on the Savannah High Blue Jackets.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy's varsity volleyball team swept Region 4-AA opponent Providence Christian Tuesday afternoon at the St. James Sports Center in Holmestown in the Highlanders' first home match of the season.
Liberty County is 1-0 after defeating the Bradwell Tigers, 13-7, last Friday at Olvey Field. Tonight, the Panthers travel to Baxley to battle the Appling County Pirates.
Tonight brings the first test of the season for Long County as it travels to Savannah to take on Benedictine Military Academy.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy already made history last week, despite its 40-7 loss to Bethesda as the Highlanders launched the school's first football program with a home game.
Former Bradwell Institute football player Chester Brown is learning the ropes of a new college position at the University of Central Florida's spring practice in Orlando.